Pre Marital Check Up Is Required?
Hello Anto, Thank you for the question.
Basically the pre-marital examination is intended to prepare you and your partner before leading a family life. The following is some information that I can convey:
Pre-marital examination is not just a permanent blood type examination also includes a number of basic tests such as a complete blood test, blood sugar levels, liver function, kidney function, urine measurement, and others. This examination is needed to determine the presence of certain disease conditions that can cause certain complications in pregnancy (such as kidney disorders, diabetes, and others). Blood tests performed at PMI are usually only in the form of a basic blood test
some infectious diseases can be transmitted through sexual contact such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV, herpes, gonorrhea, and others. Even though you and your partner have never had a risky relationship, there are infectious diseases mentioned above that can be transmitted by other means such as blood transfusions. Thus, examination of sexually transmitted infections is still recommended
even if you don't have a pet, infections that can affect fetal development don't just come from pets. Women who are about to get married and become pregnant are encouraged to have TORCH (toxoplasma other infection (HIV), rubella, Cytomegalovirus, herpes simplex) examinations
Please you and your partner consult with your doctor further about what checks you can do because doctors need to know your general health condition, past medical history, family health history, and social habits. From this information, the doctor will determine what checks you and your partner should do.
Hopefully this information is useful.